With the addition of more antenna to the already extensive aerial farm, ZL4AA is now active on 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 70cm (National System) and 2m IRLP Node 6507 via Dunedin 690 and 6675, local area STSP.
This is the latest message from ZL2CC on site
for technical reasons we had to run SSB on 80m last night (Wednesday) so we have changed the schedule;
Tonight Thursday we will be CW
Friday we will be SSB and
Saturday for the 90th Anniversary we will be CW
There was some discussion last night about running a split but so far, the team have been running without Tx/Rx splits. They are now running three HF rigs so can be working up to 3 bands at the same time.
Most of the time, up to 7 or 8 operators are available at any one time so expect a range of voices on the air – the log of operators who had been on air up until last evening is, Ken ZL4NR, Mike ZL2CC, Mike ZL4OL, Pete ZL4SA, Alan ZL4FM, Ron ZL4RMF, John ZL4RO, Adam ZL4ASC, Bill ZL2AYB, Lindsey ZL4KS, and Club President, Dave ZL4DK. My apologies if I have missed anyone.
And of course a large group behind the scenes whose main interest has been in helping get the whole event on the air, without them nothing would ever have happened.
Martin ZL4JH for the organising committee